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Eason's store, O'Connell Street, Dublin

Just two more days to send a book gift to Ireland for Christmas

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Eason's store, O'Connell Street, Dublin

Time is running out – but there is still time to send a wonderful book as a gift to your family, friends and relatives in Ireland AND have it delivered for FREE to anywhere in Ireland, guaranteed in time for Christmas, if you order by 18th December - on Ireland’s leading booksellers – online store Easons.com

This week you can choose between a 50% Discount range including titles such as Steve Jobs, The Inbetweeners Yearbook, Badfellas by leading crime Journalist Paul Williams. Even a Christmas favourite – the Guinness Book of Records 2012 – is available at half price.

A 3 for the price of 2 Range includes John Grisham’s  The Litigators, as well as  Gangsta Granny and On Canaan’s Side by Sebastian Barry – all wonderful reads. In fact you have a choice of dozens of favourite Irish authors and poets -  Seamus Heaney’s Human Chain or The Empty Family – by Colm Tóibín – as well as other  bestselling thrillers, fiction and biographies, to mix and match.

What to send to Children in Ireland for Christmas?

If you don’t know what to send to Children in Ireland – there are more than 50,000 Children’s Book titles available by Eason’s online store – and all ready to be delivered in time for Christmas – to anywhere in Ireland.

Or Guarantee a Happy Christmas for Special Someone – with a special GIFT Card and let them choose the read that suits them.

Top 10 Selling Books at EASON’S Online Stores this week:

1.Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever

2.Christmas Magic

3.Steve Jobs

4.Guinness World Records 2012

5.Dare to Dream

6.Joking Apart

7.Badfellas

8.The Help

9.The Time of My Life

10.The Dubs

For more – check www.Easons.com today

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